We're pleased to attend the first in-person event of 'Women in IP' hosted by ChIPs in the Melbourne IP Office.
ChIPs stands for “chiefs in intellectual property,” a key position in corporations overseeing issues surrounding patents, copyrights, trademarks and other areas of law central to innovation.
Guest speaker Professor Veena Sahajwalla, Inventor and Professor of Materials Science, Faculty of Science, University of New South Wales, will give a keynote address on “Advancing Women in STEM, Technology & Innovation”. This event is sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills and will take place in-person and virtually on Friday, 16 September, prior to the IPSANZ opening of the 35th Annual Conference.
The event will provide further insights on intellectual property professionals, help network between industry professionals and likeminded people, and celebrate women in the field. Registrations are essential, you can book your spot today.
Who should attend?
Women in STEM, Technology & Innovation, industry professionals, or anyone interested in the industry
Do I need to be a ChIPs member to attend?
No (But a ChIPs membership is free!)